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8.5 oz (50+ hour burn time)

A newlywed scent that’ll burn well after the ink has dried.

Nothing says I love you like an iron-clad prenup. This scent is as warm and memorable as the honeymoon. Ink and vetiver blend with vanilla, tonka, and ebony wood for a burn that’s musky and smooth. Made to last well past ‘happily ever after.’

This candle was designed to burn for up to 60 hours.

  • Ink, black amber, vetiver, ebony wood, musk, vanilla, and tonka bean (vanilla's smooth-talking cousin).

  • We use the same, premium quality fragrance in our scented candles that we do in our fine fragrance. For optimal burn and performance, we pair this with a high-end blend of soy and vegetable wax that enhances the concentration and throw of your candle’s scent.

  • All of our candles are formulated with clean industry standards. That means they’re non-toxic, paraffin-free, vegan, and cruelty-free. We also use 100% pure cotton fiber wicks for a clean, safe burn. From the beautiful containers to the formulas, our scented candles are 100% made in the USA. If you have any questions or concerns about our formulas, please email us at

  • Our candles are designed to burn for 60 hours when properly cared for. The combination of our high-quality raw materials, blend of soy and vegetable wax, and our pure cotton wicks ensure that our candles will perform for an extended period of time.

  • On your first burn, allow the entire surface of wax to melt (2-3 hours). Limit each burn to a max of 4 hours and make sure your candle is lit in a safe place. Between burns, trim your candle wick to 1/4" before lighting. This will help reduce smoke, maximize burn time, and reduce mushrooming. For your safety, keep your wax free of debris. Never leave your candle unattended and do not place the lid on your candle when lit.

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high-quality, luxury-level scents
paraffin-free blend of soy and vegetable wax
non-toxic, clean formulas and cotton wicks
50-60 hour
burn time
100% made in
the USA

"We wanted to celebrate our wedding in a way that was tongue-and-cheek and do it in a way that allowed us to talk about something that’s typically taboo and uncomfortable.”

Phil Riportella + Simon Huck